2009 Chevrolet TrailBlazerSUV may be one of the older designs on the market, but its combination of size, power, interior room and price make it a force with which to be reckoned. The five-passenger TrailBlazer comes with a potent yet fuel-friendly in-line six-cylinder engine that's perfectly suited for towing moderate loads. The TrailBlazer is also available as a high-performance version wearing the famous SS logo and packing a 390-horsepower, 6.0-liter V8 under its hood. Still, the TrailBlazer is beginning to show its age and faces tough competition from within its own family. For about the same price, the new eight-passenger
Chevrolet Traverse offers more interior room, better handling and safety features and superior fuel economy.
"It has run beautifully for many years, but now it is approaching 150,000 and is starting to show its age. Until last year, I've haven't done anything to it except regular maintenance. Now I'm looking for a replacement and there nothing that compares; either others get great mileage and are too small, or are too big and get lousy mileage. So I'm going to keep it another year. It still drives and runs great!"
"I Bought In 2004 had 59000 miles on this car and now have a little over 247000 miles on my 2003 trail blazer Ext Lt very good riding car, I have put money into it just normal wear and normal repairs, one thing I would like too see is the parts could be a lot cheaper thank you John from Ohio"